Time to Hunt, the latest movie from director Yoon Sung-hyun after 9 years, is slated for February premiere on the 26th (although the date has been pushed to March due to the alarming spread of COVID-19 in South Korea). The director himself has been invited to give a number of interviews, despite being the director of a movie that is yet to be screened. The premiere date itself was only confirmed during the press conference on January 31st, and the cast members of Time to Hunt arrived at the studio for the photo shoot session of CINE21 cover pictorial later on that day after dinner, having to meet a number of schedules for the whole day.
There was something that he thought was more important that being the main lead; ensuring and verifying whether he has matured as he learns about work and life. That is the reason for Kim Min-jae to choose Park Eun-tak’s character again, this time for the second season of Romantic Doctor Teacher Kim/ Dr. Romantic.
Lee Je-hoon, Ahn Jae-hong, Park Jung-min, Choi Woo-shik. The four actors who have written their own history in movies cross paths by chance in the film Time to Hunt.
Even when he’s lonely or sad, Kim Seon-ho will smile. “I am lucky. Why? Because I’m always smiling.”
I have always wanted to do something after watching The Tale of Nokdu. I tried writing a short review of the first act of the drama, but that didn’t make it into the world. I tried planning a proper overall review of the series, but I failed once again because I was too busy giggling and fawning over the finale. All of a sudden, it felt empty after the drama ended. I was grasping at straws, trying to find something to fill the gap and nurse my withdrawal from the drama. Soon, the post-drama interviews of the cast started pouring out, and a friend of mine on Twitter (you know who you are!) made a suggestion: why don’t I try to translate the interviews?